Students: find a library liaison!

Students: find a library liaison!

If you’re a student working on a journal or doing research for a faculty member, where do you start when you need help from the library?

One thing you can do is contact your journal’s or your faculty member’s official library liaison, who may already be familiar with their work or ongoing projects. But how do you find out who that is? For journal liaisons, visit the For Students section of our website, and select Journal Library Liaisons. To find your faculty member’s liaison, visit the For Faculty section of our website and type the faculty member’s name into the liaison finder form.

(You can, of course, also head to our Ask a Librarian page and contact us by phone, email, text, or chat. You can also request a research consultation for any kind of paper or project you are working on, be it for a journal or faculty or for your own research.)

About: Meg Kribble

Research Librarian & Outreach Coordinator at the HLS Library.
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